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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent overall laptop.

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    Excellent performance range capability laptop able to run demanding high end games at +60 fps (Ultra High Quality Settings) to 120 fps (Medium to Low Quality Settings) with its Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 Ti 4 GB dedicated graphics card at just 75 Watts power consumption. Keyboard is smooth and nicely laid out with smooth, quiet and low impact keys and adjustable back lighting that does not become unpleasantly hot even while playing demanding games. RAM can be upgraded from the default 8 GB up to 32 GB providing ample room for additional memory improvement. Its high-powered 7th generation core i5 quad-core processor with 6 MB cache combined with an internal 256 GB SSD with an additional slot for an additional SSD allows for massive amounts of storage while making boot-up, creating and using documents and surfing the web a breeze, yet can be throttled down to battery saving mode yielding +14 hours of battery life on low power settings. The 1920 x 1080 full HD screen brings graphics to life with excellent viewing angle ability. The matte black exterior finish complements the red keyboard lighting well with a solid quality construction feel, good fidelity speakers/sub-woofer and all at around 5 pounds in weight. All-in-all this is an excellent every day and gaming laptop that at US$899 (excl. tax) is extremely competitive and hard to match for its performance level!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great sub-$1000 gaming laptop

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    The Dell 7567 hits all the marks to satisfy a portable PC gaming enthusiast, squeezes into a sleek package, and satisfies a very attractive price point. The GTX 1050Ti GPU is great, so far I've only played Counter Strike: Global Offensive and Guild Wars 2. Neither of them are graphics-intense games, but other reviewers tested newer AAA titles and this computer did great. The fans on the back of the device are stylish and keep the heat directed away. The speakers sit up front of the device and there is a small subwoofer on the bottom. Music playback on this laptop is great, you'd think it was plugged into a Bluetooth speaker. The keyboard is awesome and has red backlighting. It has two different brightness options, and you can turn it off. The WASD keys have a red border printed on them to reinforce the gaming focus. Typing on the keys feels as satisfying as a laptop could feel. The track pad is good and has satisfying clicks. No separate buttons for the track pad, which I like. The screen is nice. It's 1080p and it has good viewing angles. Earlier models had a TN panel with terrible viewing angles. It got a lot of criticism in initial online reviews, so they updated it to an IPS panel. Make sure you're getting an IPS display! The laptop is a little heavy, but it's to be expected with a gaming laptop in this size bracket. The sleek nature of the design helps. Other company's laptops have angled designs and look like ridiculous space ships. Other than the Dell logo, fans, speakers, and keyboard (all of which are red), you wouldn't really be able to tell that this laptop is for gaming (that is unless you pick up the model with the all red finish). The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (7567) is a great gaming laptop that fits under a good price point.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    great gaming laptop

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    I highly recommend this version as it has the IPS display rather than the poor TN panel that was shipped on the laptops prior. We had the base model with the TN panel before and returned it as it was slow (no SSD) and the screen was just poor quality. This is a much better laptop, boot times are fast with the SDD and the 1050TI graphics card is about 30% better than the 1050 so well worth the extra money if you can afford it. The laptop does not run hot and when the fans turn on they are not loud. My son is quite pleased with this laptop and immediately noticed the difference between this one and the base model-he LOVES this laptop. He uses it for school work and to play his favorite game-Rocket League. The base model wasn't terrible but this one is definitely well worth the extra money.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    HDD bracket FAQ

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    A lot of people asked/confused about the 2.5" Bracket and that it is not supplied with the laptop. That is not correct. The attached images show the two brackets and you only have to provide the HDD screws to fix you drive into these brackets.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great summer pastime for a rookie gamer.

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    My nephew had been enjoying this Dell model for his gaming entertainment from last 4 months which precipitated my son to purchase the same and now both are on cloud nine during summer break.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome affordable laptop!

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    First of all I like red and black color combo (Looks sick!) I’ve been using it for 6 months but it’s still fast and fluid. Never had issues with it. I like the matte finish.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    great laptop

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    this is a very good laptop, which oparates fast And I Can play games fastly .

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great value for specs but disappointed...

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    This is a great looking laptop that comes with good specs. And I was very excited until I actually bought it. I got 3 blue screen in 2 weeks. First BLUE SCREEN occurred due to the wireless driver. The second BLUE SCREEN because of the Nvidia graphics card (1050ti). and the third one says "Your computer has rebooted from an unexpected shutdown". This is really disappointing because I am wasting so much of my time dealing with this problems. I called Dell Support but they were no help.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from YourDellTeam
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      Hi DellInspiron, We're sorry to hear about all of your annoying Blue Screen Crashes on your new Dell laptop. We'd recommend the following steps to help with these errors:
      1. At the desktop, click the Search the web and Windows box and type "problem reports".
      2. Select View all problem reports to view a list of errors that have occurred on your computer and possible solutions for them, such as updating drivers, flashing your system BIOS, or checking for updates to software.
      3. Under the Source column, look for Windows and under Summary, look for Shut down unexpectedly.
      4. Right-click the line item and select Check for a solution.
      For the full troubleshooting article click here - http://dell.to/2u98Cct. - Bryan Dell

  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Do not buy. BIOS Problem that Dell can't fix

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    For a few months now I have been unable to us my laptop without the power adapter because of a bad BIOS update. I have been following Dell forums for months and they still cannot fix this problem. It's just unbelievable. If you don't plan to unplug the laptop for a long period of time then it is a great mid-range gaming laptop. Boot times and load times are extremely fast. Inserting extra ram is very easy. Sound is great. Keyboard is great. Track pad is decent. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend until this problem is fixed. I recommend following the dell forums until BIOS is fixed.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from YourDellTeam
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      matty626, Thanks for your recent Dell laptop purchase and for your review. We're sorry to hear that the updates that you're installing are not helping with the power issues that you are having. We'd recommend you call Dell's Technical Support Team to see if they are able to help you troubleshoot this issue. You can reach out to our team here -  http://dell.to/2GV4JNn. We hope this helps your computer perform the way you'd like it to. - Bryan Dell

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best value, great screen, and incredible battery.

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    Briefly, I do 3D modelling/rendering and software development, I use laptops heavily and almost all day long. I watched and read lots of reviews before going for this laptop and I can say that this is the best PC purchase I've ever made and here is why: - SCREEN, IPS panel is day and night different than the previous TN panel, viewing angles are great, color accuracy is respectable and contrast ratio is amazing. DO NOT go for the cheaper $799 that comes with TN, plus the cheaper model does not come with PCIe SSD drive and 1050 not 1050Ti. - SIZE and WEIGHT; not the lightest but it is portable, I used it once while I was commuting size is fine if you wanna use it on you lap on a train and I can't feel the weight of it in my backpack considering that I don't carry the charger anymore, and here comes my next point. - BATTERY, I cannot believe that Quad Core laptop with dedicated GPU can last that much, of course NVIDIA optimus play a big part in this, but I literally hit 11 hours on a single charge with 50% brightness and WIFI on all the time. I surfed, downloaded couple apps and compiled using Android Studio and MS Visual Studio. If hardcore looks do not matter to you this is better than the business style XPS15, and for me XPS15 do not have the 2.5" bay for models that come with 97WHr battery. Bottom line, this laptop will give you full day of battery life, if you carry it to your work and use it in realistic way not (25% brightness with WIFI off) or having to use Edge instead of chrome to save battery life. Just charge it at night and leave the brick at home. - GPU; this has the 1050Ti which is faster than the 1050 in the cheaper model and way way faster than my last 860M in my Lenovo Y50. I render using CUDA a lot and I have a desktop with GTX1070, so this will be for light stuff and on the go and it is really good enough for my needs. - CPU; here was my only concern, I really wanted Bestbuy to carry the 7700HQ just for having 8 threads vs the 4 threads in the 7300HQ, but since I do my heavy lifting on GPUs nowadays, I don't mind having the i5, plus it consumes less power and thus will give you little bit better battery life. - HEAT & NOISE; The two fans are quiet, they produce less noise than my Macbook Air when the fans kicks in, and less than my old Lenovo Y50. Heat is quite good, it’s ice cool compared to the Y50 and to the MBA. HERE IS WHAT I DID: - I added 500GB 2.5" SSD EVO Samsung that I bought from Bestbuy for $149 a while ago, and now I have enough storage without having moving parts HDD that will consume more power from the battery. - I installed 32GB (16X2) memory sticks (LOW PROFILE ONES) I tried the Patriot Viper with heat sink and they did not fit because they are too thick for the slots. - I uninstalled all the bloatware from dell and the free subscription McAfee that comes with it, updated the windows and registered the laptop using Dell website (INTERNET EXPLORER ONLY). And I forgot to mention that it comes with 20GB 1Year dropbox subscription, and for me this was great news since I am a heavy dropbox user. - Shoutout to Bestbuy! This configuration is cheaper than if you wanna get it online from Dell, I don’t know how! But they did it. Plus, for me having to go to a store and picking it up the same day is priceless! GOOD: Stellar battery life. Great value. Matt IPS screen is awesome. 1050Ti, great for this price point. 256GB PCIe SSD, great for this price point. BAD: Looks, not so great. Keyboard, not the greatest but above average. Touchpad not the best (I am a mouse user anyway). Stock software, just get rid of it. Finger print magnet. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I Think Something's Wrong

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    Soooo, I just this gaming laptop today and installed the antivirus, windows update and steam. And my biggest problem is why is it my laptop keeps restarting?? Is this broken or something or what? I need help bestbuy!! It happened more than 4 times

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from YourDellTeam
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      - Grantee, Thanks for your recent Dell Inspiron laptop purchase. We know it can be frustrating when a new device does not work the way we'd like it to. We'd recommend that you take a look at Dell's Support page for Identifying and Troubleshooting restarts on your device - http://dell.to/2u98Cct. We hope that these tips will help your laptop work the way you intended it to. Dell

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great laptop for gaming and work

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    This is an all-round performer. Pros: 1. Great battery life for a gaming laptop. 2. Includes a 2.5" slot for SDD or HDD, so you can extend without fuss. 3. Easy to open and upgrade. 4. No fan noise. 5. Great design. 4. Comes with an IPS display instead of TN(without the $50 extra dell charges on its website) 5. Probably the best laptop at this price point - 1050ti graphic card, HQ 7th gen processor. I got this for $799(May long wknd). Cons: 1. Slightly bulky, but you should expect some weight for a gaming laptop. 2. I felt the display is good, but not great. 3. Best buy didn't give the red color option. Only color option is black, unlike in dell site. 4. This is non touch and the screen turns only till 135 degrees. Again, this is not expected in a gaming laptop ofcourse, but good to have.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice Gaming Laptop for the Price

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    I was looking for a laptop that I could use for both work at the office and gaming at home. I didn't want to spend too much, and got this model on sale for $750. It came with a 256GB SSD, which I upgraded to 1TB HD. I had BestBuy install it for $40 and the technician looked like he stripped the screw and didn't even screw it all the way in. I asked him to fix it and he said thats just the way it is. I told him it wasnt, and he went into the back and fixed it probably 85-90%. I said Okay. I went home and the hard drive was not recognized. I drove back to the store and waited an hour for the technician to tell me "something must have gotten unhooked." He got the hard drive recognized and I went home. The computer worked great at home, pushing the few games I tried close to max settings. Don't expect to get the highest frame rate possible at the best quality in most games. It still looks decent though and recommend to those that are on a budget. I went to work and the wifi was terrible. It says it was connected with internet but it seemed to stop transferring data repeatedly. I researched on the web and saw that there were a huge amount of people in the past that have had problems just like myself. I tried everything that was recommended and nothing succeeded. I then returned the laptop to BestBuy and received the same exact model again. I brought it to work and had the same exact problems. I then called Dell for about an hour and I finally fixed the problem. It comes either pre-installed / or installed with Dell Updates that install a program called "SmartBytes". I uninstalled this program and everything has been great. I also installed a 512GB SSD drive myself instead of the 1TB HD (which was very easy, and ensured none of my screws were stripped by someone else... You need a special small screw driver to ensure the screw does not get damaged. I also had to purchase the SSD mount ($9.99 at BestBuy) to get the screws for this [the computer or SSD do not provide screws needed for mounting]). The 1TB HD seemed to make the computer boot much slower (even though the OS was installed on the original SSD), than the Samsung 512GB SSD that I installed myself with the second computer. Overall after everything is said and done, I love the computer I have now. I hope this information helps anyone else looking to purchase this computer.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A Beast for the Price!

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    I was looking to replace my MacBook Pro and ended up looking at Best Buy for the trade-in, and found this beast of a laptop. It's a beast because its shell is ugly, in my opinion, but for other good reasons as well. I did some research to try and find if this laptop is the real deal. I thought it was, so I took the plunge. A little more backstory: I found the $100 cheaper version before this one. If you're looking at the cheaper model... seriously consider paying a bit more for this model. Why? It's better! I wanted something with an SSD and a dedicated graphics card. This model checks that, the cheaper one does not check both. You get 256gb SSD and a GTX 1050 TI with this model. It will run many games like butter. I'm still in the process of downloading WoW fully, but this had no problems running it on max settings when I was in the game. The unit is surprisingly light for what you're getting with it. You also get a full size keyboard, with the numpad. I would prefer more key travel, but it's not horrible. I've seen some saying the touch pad isn't that great, but I don't think it's exactly horrible in my limited use so far. It seems to have good responsiveness. The screen is acceptable. Is it a retina screen? No, but it's a good enough 1920x1080 that it doesn't really bother me. There is a good amount of bloatware from Dell, as another user has stated. I got rid of it all. It's not really a downside, it just takes some time to get rid of it. Highly recommend this product for anyone in the market for a budget laptop.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect Laptop for PC Gaming and Graphic Design

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    The Dell Inspiron 15 7567 laptop is an excellent laptop and is a good value for a gaming laptop, considering that other laptops of comparable power are significantly more expensive and less aesthetically pleasing. With the Intel Core i5-7300HQ processor, I have never once experienced a lag or slowdown, even when running multiple processor intensive programs, such as Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Photoshop, Steam's Big Picture Mode, and videogames all at the same time. Even with multiple web browser tabs open in the background, a stutter is never seen. I can easily play my games at 1080p60fps and record/stream them at the same quality without any noticeable problem or stuttering from the cpu or gpu. The cpu has, in my experience, reached up to 3.45GHz, so the i5 core processor is more than capable at doing what I need as an Art & Design student, a Research Methods & Statistician and as a gamer. The Integrated Intel HD 650 Graphics, however, are just okay and leaves something to be desired. Luckily, the crown jewel of this laptop is the discrete graphics card. With Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050Ti graphics card (with 4gb dedicated RAM), my games, on average, all play at 60fps and rarely drop lower than 50 frames per second. I personally have ever so slightly overclocked my laptop's GPU, because even though the 1050Ti has a base clock speed of 1493Mhz with an Nvidia boost clock speed of 1620Mhz, the GPU, according to Nvidia themselves, can (safely) reach a max speed of 1911Mhz. I didn't want to push my GPU to the limit. There's a reason parameters and base clock speeds are set, but this laptop can handle being pushed. I've stressed tested it and I'm comfortable with a soft GPU overclock of 1700Mhz (from 1620Mhz). This laptop, thankfully, comes with an empty internal slot for a 2.5" Hard Disk Drive, Solid State Drive, or Solid State Hybrid Drive, which is nice, because the preinstalled SDD being 256GB is completely insufficient for a gaming laptop (in my opinion), when most modern games are at least 10GBs, not to mention that video processing and graphic design programs take up a lot of space too. Luckily, I had a 466GB external SSHD, so I was able to install it and increase total storage to 689gb between the base Samsung SDD and newly installed SHDD. Though 256GB may be plenty storage for casual gamers who still need the hardcore power of a 7th Gen Intel core processor and an Nvidia GTX GeForce GPU, in my case, this was a necessary addition, as I have too many games to store on my system and not enough space with a 256 SSD alone. And Intel has a handy tool built-in to the laptop that allows you to "combine" the storage of your SDD and an installed second drive to create a single volume that acts as "one big hard drive". Though it does not affect pc performance, my video editing, audio processing, and game playing does tend to consume significant RAM, so I added a 4GB stick of GDDR4 RAM to compliment the 8GB that come with the 7567 configuration. This was a personal preference, however, because the GTX 1050Ti comes with 4GB of dedicated VRAM so that graphics intensive stuff doesn't end up dipping right into system RAM, so I could have done without 12GB of RAM, but I like to have my bases covered just in case. Besides, this laptop is built to handle what the future will throw at it and you never know. With a GTX 1050Ti GPU and an i5-7300HQ 7th gen Intel processor, this Dell Inspiron 15 7000 laptop is an absolute powerhouse and in the dark, this dynamite notebook looks absolutely amazing with the soft black material and the red keyboard backlight.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Pretty Good Gaming/Entertainment Laptop

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    For $850, this is probably the best entertainment/gaming laptop you'll find at Best Buy. It's pretty fast, the video playback doesn't stutter or anything, the keyboard feels good, and it doesn't run very hot or noisy (although I still recommend getting a cooling pad or something for it if you game a lot). Some cons, the audio works well with the internal speakers and headphones, but it didn't work very well with the external speakers I had - the loud noises were way too loud and the quiet noises (dialogue, mostly) were way too quiet. There's a mixer in there with MaxxAudio, but it didn't help me much with the external speakers. I really wish this thing came with Dolby Atmos or beats instead. The display is pretty decent on this model with the IPS panel instead of the TN one. Granted, it's not amazing like a 4k, but it's still pretty good for the price. Keep in mind that when you first unbox this laptop, the display is going to be dark and it's going to have a really warm color temperature to it; that's just how they set it in the factory, I guess. But you can fix this by right-clicking the desktop and clicking Intel Graphics, going to Display, then Color Settings, and going under Color Enhancement and changing the contrast and brightness values of each color (red, green, blue). Personally, I set my red to 0 brightness and 50 contrast, my green to 5 brightness and 50 contrast, and my blue to 10 brightness and 52 contrast. I didn't touch the hue or the saturation. I also went to the search bar and typed 'calibrate display color,' and in the window that popped up, I increased the gamma a bit, and that's all. Now, you may end up having to do display settings that are different from mine, so my advice is to load some videos from Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and/or Amazon and just sort of pause the videos on the different services, and keep a close eye on how the colors in the videos change as you adjust the display settings. Also, keep in mind, like I said, color reproduction on this laptop's display isn't amazing, but if you mess with the display settings a bit, you can make a huge improvement from how the display is out of the box. Final note, other people have mentioned system crashes and BSODs...I've had one system crash after the initial set up, but after I ran all my updates - windows updates, dell updates, and of course, driver updates via device manager - I haven't had any system crashes since then (fingers crossed, knock on wood). Make sure you especially update the driver for the wireless adapter, because for me, that's what caused my system crash. Overall, good computer, good price, and I definitely feel like I'm getting my money's worth with this computer.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great value

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    This is a great laptop for a reasonable price. Picked it up on sale and couldn't be happier with the specs and features for the money. It's plenty powerful to play games on it (I play World of Warcraft on high settings with 50-80 fps depending on raids and being in capitals). The IPS display is great and everything loads very quickly. Only gripe is the apps that come pre installed; however I just did a fresh install of Windows 10 once I purchased it, which only took about 20 minutes. Battery life is pretty good for a laptop. My old Lenovo y700 had terrible battery life and would only last me at best 4 hours. Web browsing along with emails seems to last me around 8-9 hours. It's very quiet while doing regular tasks. Gaming the fan is noticeable but it's not terrible. If you purchase it, just update all the drivers (especially Intel wireless via their website). So far I'm very satisfied with the purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Affordable Gaming Laptop

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    This laptop is by far the best laptop for gaming I've ever owned. Typically, I build my own desktops for gaming, but this time I just felt like buying something prebuilt that I didn't have to worry about. I haven't ran any benchmarks or put it through the ringer at all yet, but the two graphically demanding games I've played on it haven't had any issues at all. Gears of War 4 runs very well at least 60 fps on medium settings, you can go to high settings and it will still run comfortably above 30 fps. Forza Horizon 3 also runs over 60 fps but on high settings. Both of these games on the recommended settings look on par if not better than on xbox one. The only negative ive encountered with this PC is all the preinstalled Dell software, constantly saying there are updates and what not. This problem is easily solved though, and is the sole reason I didn't give this PC 5 stars. I highly recommend this for budget gaming. If you want great performance and don't care about playing on ultra settings... then this is the laptop for you

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A good computer that needs a lot of love

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    I'd like to write this review with an open mind. Is this a great computer? It's hard to say that. I bought this laptop because I wanted to do some light gaming and just have a fast computer. The pros: This has a quad core I5, 7th generation. It has 8gb DDR4 2400 memory which is just about right for what I wanted to do. I bought this because it has a 1050Ti 4GB graphics card, which is more than enough for what I want to do with it. I like the looks (which is debatable on here) and the red keyboard. It runs fast and the screen is nice. It also has an empty bay for an additional SSD or HDD of your choice. I bought mine for $799. + tax. Great price point for this laptop. The cons: This is the second one I had to get to get it right. I had to return the first one because of blue screen errors and driver issues, which is common on these types of laptops from Dell. You really have to dig to get all the drivers and get this thing running right. The wireless card that it comes with (Intel 3265) has all sorts of issues running in this laptop. Make sure you go right to Intel's website to get the driver right. I had to take a long time to get the proper drivers from Dell, Intel, and other 3rd party apps to get all the drivers updated, which took several and several hours. If you get it right, it's great. If you don't update a lot and don't know where you have to look, it's going to be a headache. In the end, I'd buy this laptop again. It's beautiful, even if it's just that way to me. It's powerful, and the 1050Ti is hard to beat for a graphics card in a laptop without spending over $1000. The bay to get to all the internals is super easy to get to. One screw and you get to all the goodies, SSD, RAM, WIFI card, and expansion bay. I upgraded the RAM to 16GB, which this laptop really seems to like and run with, as opposed to 8GB stock, put in an Intel 8265 wifi card to alleviate all the driver issues, and dropped a 1TB HDD for mass storage. This is a good laptop if you're willing to work for greatness, and a great laptop when you get it all right!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Gaming Laptop out of the box

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    The laptop impressed me to say the less. I am not a huge fan of Intel processors, and was skeptical about the i5 in this product, however it runs very well and allows for multitasking very well. The CPU is rated at 2.5GHz but the resource monitor often shows 3.2GHz or better. Also, you can run games/applications on either the integrated graphics or the nVidia graphics card by choice. The computer will most likely be setup to automatically select the best graphics processor unit to run on. Therefore, sometimes low-end games will try to run off of the integrated graphics, and it will run poorly and display bad graphics, etc. To fix it, the specific application/game just needs to be manually set to run on the nVidia card. Overall, without any upgrades, the performance this laptop puts out is great. It does lack hard drive space, but the solid state drive that it comes with is 500% worth it. Do not get a computer with the manual hard disks now-a-days, they are absolute junk. I lacked upgrading to a SSD, and since I've purchased this product, I have upgraded all my desktops to SSD as well. Furthermore, this laptop is well prepared with an additional expansion slot to add another SSD to the laptop very easily. +1 for this. It also could use a memory upgrade, but again, it isn't bad as is. The battery seems to never be mentioned anymore. Not 100% but I am pretty sure it is a 4-cell battery. Nothing excitable. It seems some of my basic drivers were not installed, even after the CD installations. I went to the Dell website and found some drivers for basic things that were not installed, such as MaxAudioPro driver for the headphone jack. The laptop was pre-loaded with 1 year of McAfee LiveSafe as well. I can't really complain about anything. I researched it online and noticed an offer that I could add a Dell Mixed Reality Headset to the order and it would be free! I made the purchase in the store and had to mention this to the store clerk. They looked it up online and basically said, "Oh yeah, look at that, here ya go." So I am not sure if it always is free with it. Lol. But that totally was icing on the cake! Great laptop!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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